Judy builds starter tennis workforce Read full article on Judy builds starter tennis workforce
Tennis on the Road has been launched by Judy Murray to give parents, coaches and students advice on how to run fun, simple tennis sessions for adults and children.
Taekwondo parents kick it up a notch Read full article on Taekwondo parents kick it up a notch
The martial arts class where the parents are stepping up their involvement.
Women's shinty 'now acceptable' Read full article on Women's shinty 'now acceptable'
Shinty stalwart Karen Cameron explains how the women's game has come to blossom since her youth.
My "slight advantage" at World Cup Read full article on My "slight advantage" at World Cup
Downhill mountain biker Lachlan Blair describes "the best feeling" of competing at Mountain Bike World Cup on familiar grounds.
Everything you need to know about buying a bike Read full article on Everything you need to know about buying a bike
Our friends at British Cycling have given us some great tips and hints on how to go about buying a bike.
When a World Cup is on your doorstep Read full article on When a World Cup is on your doorstep
What's it like for Fort William's young people to have the world's elite mountain bikers descend on their town each year for the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup?
Honest About Exercise Read full article on Honest About Exercise
It's no secret that everyone should be doing something to keep themselves active, so why is it that we don't talk about it openly?
Football fans get fit with Caley Thistle Read full article on Football fans get fit with Caley Thistle
Inverness Caledonian Thistle has been working across the Highlands in a bid to help fans become fitter.
BBC's Murray live Q&A wins award Read full article on BBC's Murray live Q&A wins award
Andy Murray's live question and answer session for BBC Scotland Learning/BBC Get Inspired wins a Royal Television Society Scotland award.
Walking with your trusty companion Read full article on Walking with your trusty companion
Sometimes being active can be as simple as going out a walk with your dog.
Find your nearest running group Read full article on Find your nearest running group
Are you looking to get fit with friends? JogScotland might just have the answer.
What to do before going a run Read full article on What to do before going a run
Do you stretch before going a run? Try these simple drills and find out what the benefits are like.
Six selected for World Surfing Games Read full article on Six selected for World Surfing Games
Surfers from the Highlands, Moray and Aberdeenshire are selected to represent Scotland at the World Surfing Games in Nicaragua.
Discover the magic touch of rugby Read full article on Discover the magic touch of rugby
How to play rugby without getting flattened by the opposition.
"It's all about what you want to achieve" Read full article on "It's all about what you want to achieve"
Glasgow Front Runners is a running group which meets twice a week and offers support, advice and motivation for its members.
Step it up with a walking festival Read full article on Step it up with a walking festival
BBC Get Inspired reporter Louise Andrew meets Ballater Walking Festival organiser Sandy Mitchell to find out about the appeal of walking events.
How will you earn your Blue Peter Sport Badge? Read full article on How will you earn your Blue Peter Sport Badge?
The Blue Peter Sport Badge is back, so it's time to get active and inspire your friends to try out a sport you love.
Boxing session gets pupils hooked Read full article on Boxing session gets pupils hooked
Boxing coach Sam Kynoch demonstrates some basic punching techniques at the BBC Get Inspired Active Academy.
How to workout at home (without equipment) Read full article on How to workout at home (without equipment)
Adding a bit of activity into your day doesn't have to mean hours at the gym. Take a look at this guide to get some tips on working out your own way.
Judy's just for girls tennis mission Read full article on Judy's just for girls tennis mission
British Fed Cup coach Judy Murray sets a lesson plan for girls only to help secure the legacy of women's tennis in the UK.
North Pole rugby challenge complete Read full article on North Pole rugby challenge complete
A group of intrepid rugby players - led by Dumfries-born adventurer Jock Wishart - complete their challenge to play rugby at the North Pole.
Time for girls to claim back sport Read full article on Time for girls to claim back sport
Beth Tweddle MBE, Hannah Miley and Gemma Fay answer a range of questions about tackling some of the perceived barriers to participation.
Shinty is not just a man's game Read full article on Shinty is not just a man's game
Annie Butterworth of Aberdour Women argues that shinty is more than just a game for men.
Discovering skiing highs 20 years on Read full article on Discovering skiing highs 20 years on
Resurgence in Scottish skiing prompts BBC Get Inspired reporter Louise Andrew to slide back into the groove at Glencoe Mountain ski resort.
Gallacher: How to get back into golf Read full article on Gallacher: How to get back into golf
What can Scotland's number one player teach a lapsed golfer about getting back into the sport?
Girls Get Inspired Q&A - Embarrassing Moments Read full article on Girls Get Inspired Q&A - Embarrassing Moments
Schools are invited to watch a Q&A with Beth Tweddle, Gemma Fay and Hannah Miley on 19 March from 13:30 - 14:30.
Olympic snowboarder teaches BBC reporter Read full article on Olympic snowboarder teaches BBC reporter
Three-time Olympian Lesley McKenna introduces BBC Get Inspired reporter to her first snowboarding trick.
How to improve your golf swing Read full article on How to improve your golf swing
Want to get rid of chicken wing in your golf swing? Try using a tennis ball.
Murray's motivational notes revealed Read full article on Murray's motivational notes revealed
Dutch sports journalist Wilfred Genee revealed British number one Andy Murray's motivational messages at the Rotterdam Open.
Get Inspired Active Academy Read full article on Get Inspired Active Academy
A look back at the jam-packed Get Inspired Active Academy event
Exercise advice is 'unrealistic' Read full article on Exercise advice is 'unrealistic'
Researchers say current exercise guidelines are unrealistic and argue doctors should promote small increases in activity instead.
New Years Resolutions: How to stay motivated Read full article on New Years Resolutions: How to stay motivated
Physical activity expert Greg Whyte shares his tips on how to stay motivated and keep on track with new year's resolutions
Girls Get Inspired Q&A Read full article on Girls Get Inspired Q&A
You are invited to take part in a Q&A with Beth Tweddle, Gemma Fay and Hannah Miley today.
Parkour: New kids on and over the block Read full article on Parkour: New kids on and over the block
A bleak collection of concrete blocks and poles in a North Lanarkshire town has been inspiring stunning displays of urban gymnastics.
Meet Scotland's Unsung hero winners Read full article on Meet Scotland's Unsung hero winners
400m hurdler Eilidh Child turns reporter to speak to BBC Scotland's Get Inspired Unsung heroes Janice and George Graham who run a sports club in Edinburgh's Sighthill area.
Get Dance Floor ready - learn how to street dance! Read full article on Get Dance Floor ready - learn how to street dance!
Want to learn how to street dance? Get Inspired's step-by-step guide can help you.
How sports apps can lead to hard abs Read full article on How sports apps can lead to hard abs
In a world where technology does so much, could satellites, smart phones and social networks keep us active?
The middle-aged champion gymnast Read full article on The middle-aged champion gymnast
In a meteoric and unexpected rise from the comfort of my sofa, I have somehow become a Scottish gymnastics champion.
Disability 'no barrier' to climbing Read full article on Disability 'no barrier' to climbing
Scotland's first paraclimb competition showcases some of the UK's best disability rock climbers as well as offering taster sessions.
Can the Ryder Cup help revive golf? Read full article on Can the Ryder Cup help revive golf?
With the Ryder Cup in Scotland and a Scot on the European team, could the country's golfing landscape be changing?
The next generation of table tennis Read full article on The next generation of table tennis
Youngster's at Glasgow's Drumchapel sports centre show off their Table Tennis skills
My 'incredible' handball journey Read full article on My 'incredible' handball journey
A school trip to watch an event at the London Olympics prompted a teacher, no recent experience of sport, to become a handball coach.
International Hockey star turns to coaching shinty Read full article on International Hockey star turns to coaching shinty
Former Scotland hockey international athlete, Jackie Douglas, coaches shinty to the youngsters of Kincraig
Parents' joy as 13-year-old wins bronze Read full article on Parents' joy as 13-year-old wins bronze
The parents of 13-year-old swimmer Erraid Davies speak of their pride after her Commonwealth Games bronze.
Play 'boosts children's development' Read full article on Play 'boosts children's development'
Play helps boost children's language development, problem solving, risk management and independent learning skills, a study reaffirms.
Judo bronze 'perfect' for Buchanan Read full article on Judo bronze 'perfect' for Buchanan
Father of three John Buchanan took a decade off from competitive judo and returned to win Commonwealth bronze.
How To Think About Exercise Read full article on How To Think About Exercise
Philosopher & author Damon Young gives us tips on how to get active "intelligently" in this BBC 6Music epiphany
Judo saved me from drink, says marine Read full article on Judo saved me from drink, says marine
Gold medallist Chris Sherrington reveals judo helped him conquer stress and alcohol problems after military service in Iraq.
Team Scotland's Bolshoi ballet coach Read full article on Team Scotland's Bolshoi ballet coach
Former Bolshoi ballet dancer Misha Botting on growing up behind the iron Curtain and how it has coloured his work with Scotland's top athletes.
Which activity fits into your lifestyle? Read full article on Which activity fits into your lifestyle?
Seven people prove that age, fitness and experience do not need to be a barrier to getting back into sport
Champion gymnast: Ribbon to rope Read full article on Champion gymnast: Ribbon to rope
Twenty years ago Jo Walker became the first Scottish gymnast to win a medal at the Commonwealth games. She now lives, works and rock climbs in Cape Town.
Getting involved, getting inspired? Read full article on Getting involved, getting inspired?
A number of Scots with various roles linked to the Commonwealth Games describe their expectations for the event.